The holidays are officially here and while we’re not celebrating with friends and family like we normally would, you can certainly still get dressed up and get into the holiday spirit! This week’s #Stylebook is all about showing you fun ways to wear festive green and there’s no one better to take festive fashion advice than these 7 style stars.
If you are planning to dress up for your scaled-back holiday dinner, take a style tip from Gala and get yourself into some festive gingham. This green outfit looks so chic and paired with those flatform boots, is stylish and casual.
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Even if it’s just the two of you for Christmas, why not still dress up? A gown like this one on Laura is so stylish and makes any night feel special. Plus it doesn’t look too tight so it will probably be super comfortable, especially if you’re planning a major feast. Double win!
You can never go wrong with a coordinating sweater and trousers and bonus points if they give us all the festive feels. Lucy’s ensemble with that puffer coat is seasonal but still stylish. Plus her vintage handbag sends it over the edge!
We love a major faux fur moment and our girl Maren knows it. She’s rocking her festive green fur and the outfit doesn’t stop there. Her khaki pants and runners give us all the cool dad vibes and we’re SO here for it.
These days we’re wearing sweatpants 90% of the time so if you’re wearing them to your at-home holiday dinner, we’re not judging but actually virtually high-fiving you. Marianne’s lewk is very realistic but still effortlessly stylish at the same time.
Nnenna has never been one to shy away from fun patterns and bright colours and this ensemble is no different. Her green quilted coat looks so major with her zebra printed pants and trendy chunky boots. Honestly, this lewk couldn’t get any better!
If you are hosting a safe and intimate holiday dinner and want to go all out, this outfit on Chloe is amazing style inspiration. From her green skirt suit with that chic fur trim to her tights and ladylike shoes, we can’t get enough.
(Story by Contributing Editor, Blair Stutz)